Île Fourchue

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Coordinates: 17°57′30″N 62°54′00″W / 17.95833°N 62.90000°W / 17.95833; -62.90000

Île Fourchue
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Île Fourchue
Geography
LocationCaribbean Sea
Adjacent bodies of waterSaint Barthélemy Channel
Area0.99 km2 (0.38 sq mi)
Highest elevation103 m (338 ft)[1]
Administration
Demographics
Population0

Île Fourchue, also known as Île Fourche is an island between Saint-Barthélemy and Saint Martin, belonging to the Collectivity of Saint Barthélemy. The island's inside is privately owned. The only inhabitants are some goats. The highest point is 103 meter above sea level. It is situated within Réserve naturelle nationale de Saint-Barthélemy.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ile Fourchue". Wikimapia. Retrieved 28 June 2014.

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